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Mid Term Review

mid term test for the end of the year

What were the names of the 3 European countries to colonize North America? Great Britain, Spain, and France
Name the 3 reasons Great Britain colonized North America. They wanted the available fertile land, use the natural resources, and religious and political freedom.
Name the 2 reasons Spain colonized North America. In search of gold and treasure, and to spread christianity to the natives.
Name the reason that France colonized North America. To trade and trap furs.
Jamestown This colony was started by Great Britain in an attempt to get rich quick but found no gold so they started farming the cash crop of tobacco.
John Smith This man saved Jamestown by forcing the colonists to build better houses and plant crops.
John Rolfe This man introduced the first cash crop of the tobacco to the colonists.
Plymouth This colony was set up by separatists who first moved to the Netherlands but relocated to North America.
Pilgrims This was a separatists group from England who went against the Church of England and was being prosecuted both religiously and politically
Mayflower Compact This document created the first form of self-government in North America by all the male passengers. They signed the document promising to follow the laws and rules of the government.
Squanto This native american saved the pilgrims in Plymouth by teaching them how to plant corn, where to fish and how to use fish remains to fertilize their fields.
What was taxed in the colonies? Tea
Boston Massacre On March 5, 1770 their was an argument between a
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